MKS News March 2020

Sunshine For The Soul . . . Happy Spring!

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Upcoming KD Events

Sat, Mar 7 - Meadowlands, O'Fallon, @ 2pm

Sat, Mar 14 - The Landing of O'Fallon @ 2pm

Beginning this year, all the Kingdom Dancers will go on a full-group travel trip. We are excited to have the opportunity to travel to Springfield, MO on Sat 3/21 & Sun 3/22 and dance at Wesley UMC!

To finish out a fantastic ministry year there will be a party for the Kingdom Dancers at The Painted Pot in O'Fallon on Sat, 3/28, 1-3pm. There will be pizza, treats and lots of fun creating! (for dancers only)


Wed, April 1 - Tues, April 7 - VIP Early 2020-21 Enrollment for 2019-20 MKS Families only.

Thurs, April 9 - 2020-21 Enrollment opens to the public.

Fri, April 10-12, 14-16 - Easter Break

Mon, April 13 - Snow Make-Up Day

Sat, May 23 - Mon, May 25 - Memorial Day Break

Mon, June 8 - Last day of 2019-20 Classes.


Studio A - Mon 3/2, Tues 3/3, Wed 3/4, Thur 3/5, Fri 3/6 and Sat 3/7

Studio B - Thur 3/5, Mon 3/9, Tues 3/10, Wed 3/11, Fri 3/13 and Sat 3/14

Studio C - Fri 3/13, Mon 3/16, Tues 3/17, Wed 3/18, Thur 3/19 and Sat 3/21


Open the start and thru the end of EVERY month with delivery the middle of the following month.

We are working on adding new full-zip "team" jackets to the webstore in youth and adult sizes. Stay tuned... :)

Dance Like No One's Watching . . . (even though everyone is)

We’ve heard it before, but what does it mean to “dance like no one’s watching”? William Purkey, an author and public school teacher-turned Professor Emeritus of Counselor Education at the University of North Carolina-Greensboro, is responsible for the quote, “You’ve got to dance like there’s nobody watching, love like you’ll never be hurt, sing like there’s nobody listening and live like it’s heaven on earth.” You might think it requires dancing in the dark where no one can see you or indulging in an alcoholic beverage (if of age) to lower your inhibitions and awareness of others watching you, but be assured, there is more to it.

It means dancing free from judgment, criticism or fear of what others might think. It means dancing in your bedroom at seven years old to Paula Abdul’s Shut Up and Dance album. It means being present and not overwhelmed or consumed by others’ expectations. It means focusing on why you started dancing in the first place — for fun, for expression, for connection!

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We Care About Your Health!

Coronavirus. . .

With all the recent news about the coronavirus, COVID-19, we want to assure you our main focus remains on the health and welfare of our students, families and staff.

Here at MKS we continue to follow daily cleaning and sanitizing of the studios, lobby and bathrooms.

According to the CDC, the symptoms of COVID-19 are similar to influenza and may be spread when a sick person coughs or sneezes. The vast majority of reported cases only experience mild symptoms and are well enough to stay home. As with influenza, elderly people and those with underlying health conditions are more likely to develop severe disease and require hospitalization.

We ask that anyone who experiences these symptoms to please stay home so as not to infect other students, families and staff. Thank you!
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About MKS

We are a family-friendly dance studio that offers a Christ-centered environment. Dance MKS style isn’t about raising yourself up, or flaunting your skills. It is about using your talents, exercising your body and mind and building character.